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    Jean-Pax Mefret
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Bastien-Thiry led the August 22, 1962 assassination attempt of De Gaulle at the Paris suburb Petit-Clamart in a hopeless efffort to impede Algerian independence. De Gaulle escaped without injury.

Bastien-Thiry led the August 22, 1962 assassination attempt of De Gaulle at the Paris suburb Petit-Clamart in a hopeless efffort to impede Algerian independence. It is difficult to understand the sense of betrayal of the French Algerians by De Gaulle for reversing his position that Algeria was just another department of France and holding a referendum on self-determination. The decision cost the lives of loyal Frenchmen on both sides of the conflict, and gave birth to inflamed Arab rhetoric and gave a foundation for the current ills the West suffers from such ideology

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Jean-Marie Bastien-Thiry (French pronunciation: ; 19 October 1927 – 11 March 1963) was a French Air Force lieutenant-colonel and military air-weaponry engineer. He was the creator of the Nord S. 0/SS. He attempted to assassinate French President Charles de Gaulle on 22 August 1962, following de Gaulle's decision to accept Algerian independence. The attack made international headlines. Bastien-Thiry was the last person to be executed by firing squad in France.

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The French civil war of 1960 to 1965 of the OAS and Algerian forces and their sympathisers is the untold story in the consciousness of the U.S.A., and Jean Marie Bastien-Thiry is its martyr.

Bastien-Thiry led the August 22, 1962 assassination attempt of De Gaulle at the Paris suburb Petit-Clamart in a hopeless efffort to impede Algerian independence. De Gaulle escaped without injury.

It is difficult to understand the sense of betrayal of the French Algerians by De Gaulle for reversing his position that Algeria was just another department of France and holding a referendum on self-determination. Imagine Ronald Reagan suddenly deciding that Texas was not part of the United States any longer and giving the illegal immigrants there the right to vote. The decision cost the lives of loyal Frenchmen on both sides of the conflict, and gave birth to inflamed Arab rhetoric and gave a foundation for the current ills the West suffers from such ideology.

De Gaulle gave clemency to Bastien-Thiry's co-conspirators, but refused clemency for Jean Marie even after a last minute personal appeal to de Gaulle by Bastien-Thiry's aged Father, who had known de Gaulle all his life. De Gaulle gave four reasons for refusing to spare his son's life: 1) Bastien-Thiry had directed his subordinates to fire on a car in which there was an innocent woman present (Madame de Gaulle). 2) he had endangered civilians (the Fillon family, travelling coincidentally in a nearby car). 3) Bastien-Thiry had brought foreigners, specifically three Hungarians, into the plot. 4) the other conspirators did the actual gunplay and placed themselves in danger but Bastien-Thiry had only directed events and acted as a lookout for the gunmen.

De |Gaulle's third point is technically true, but morally wrong, since the "Hungarians" in question had served in both the French Foreign Legion and in the OAS (which the French latter paradoxically honoured the pensions and service records of members). Like many soldiers serving under a foreign flag, they were using their service to try to become citizens.

Jean Bastien-Thiry was executed by firing squad at Ivry-sur-Seine on March 11, 1963, while clutching his rosary. Of Bastien-Thiry Charles de Gaulle said "The French need martyrs... They must choose them carefully. I could have given them one of those idiotic generals playing ball in Tulle prison. I gave them Bastien-Thiry. They'll be able to make a martyr of him. He deserves it."

This is the touching story of Bastien-Thiry told from the anti-OAS side but generally gives a balanced treatment in journalistic detail.

Bastien-Thiry is a product of both France's nobility and meritocracy. A soldier, a patriot, a father, a Catholic, and now a martyr. This is an excellent story of his life and death, and the plot that almost brought down the Fifth Republic.
Nekora
An interesting book, judging from the review by Bachelier. I wish Amazon could manage to make it available again.

(So how many stars should I give? With only two "reviewers," it matters a lot. I decided to go with five so as to leave the judgment of Bachelier in tact as the average. Obviously, I don't know how good this book is, but don't want to take it down a peg. It would be nice if it were possible to enter a comment without a rating.)